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I am wondering if any of the pro's here can advise me on solving a small problem. My projector image has a Cyan tint to parts of a movie,although i don't think its a projector tech problem. I think it is more to do with my setting.Sometimes can not be noticed but for the most part its there. I have a JVC X5500 and was wondering what to change to make the image more realistic. The nearest calibrator to me is around 4 hours away and is very unrealistic unless he had more than 1 job to do so not worth his travel. I was wondering if there was a quick fix. Cheers everyone.
 

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I am wondering if any of the pro's here can advise me on solving a small problem. My projector image has a Cyan tint to parts of a movie,although i don't think its a projector tech problem. I think it is more to do with my setting.Sometimes can not be noticed but for the most part its there. I have a JVC X5500 and was wondering what to change to make the image more realistic. The nearest calibrator to me is around 4 hours away and is very unrealistic unless he had more than 1 job to do so not worth his travel. I was wondering if there was a quick fix. Cheers everyone.
Perhaps display a photo of the problem.
 

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Perhaps display a photo of the problem.
I just solved the issue by resetting all my picture settings to factory settings and then followed these settings for a maturer picture
. Its a little duller but will get used to it. A lot more detail now and the cyan colour has toned down quite a bit. The only thing i changed to following this video was the Gamma from 2.4 to 2.6 and the iris which i opened up a little more. I then went into my source player and brightened the picture up just a little. Its looking plenty better than before. I still don't know what i am doing though,:) but still considering there is no calibrators in my area i am pretty chuffed at the result compared to the mess i created.
 
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